A Bottle Or Two

(513)583-8163 11920 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45249-1727
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Shop for wine and craft beer in a relaxed atmosphere. Sample numerous wines daily, use our kiosk to find the right wine, savor the experience and perhaps leave with a bottle or two.

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  • Subasio Syrah 2007

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    A good body for my liking, in the medium to light range at this point. Going to try save my 2nd bottle of this for another year or so. Some medium pepper notes give it a great start and it mellows out after a moment or two. Picked it up at BevMo in Arizona. It's in their Vineyard Partners collection and was also included in their $.5 sale. Read More

    Wine review by cklosowski


  • I need a recommendation. I loooooove to cook, and I've discovered a lot of recipes that call for wine. I've been cooking with just a bottle of $10 white wine. Is this the right thing to do, or should I actually buy "cooking wine"? To me, actual wine would seem better, but I'm new at this. Also, I cooked a recipe that called for about 3 cups of r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cooking with wine


  • Hi, I'm a New Zealander living in Australia and am looking to broaden my knowledge of all things wine. I cook in a Mediterranean restaurant and have loved discovering European wines.This is a great site, learning heaps from the articles. Keep up the good work! Read More

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  • Expectations and experience tend to soften excitement in wine, muffling the high pitch of greatness to meager moans. It can be difficult to savor the high highs once a sensory resume has been established, just as the anticipatory thrill of perfection can carve the pleasure from the stem like a critical mass. As oddly as it sounds, the Quilceda C... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 100 Point Wine, Before & After


  • Hello from Oregon. Thought that Oregon is just Pinot Noir? Not so. Umpqua Valley is located around the town of Roseburg and our climate is more like California's than the cooler wetter Willamette Valley. We can grow everything from A (Albarino) to Z (Zinfandel). Come enjoy our Syrah, Cab, Riesling, and more.Anyone had the Hillcrest 2005 Syr... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Umpqua Valley AVA


  • Hey...I'm new here...just found you all. I have a magnum bottle of wine from 1959 that I've been asked to sell. I went to Christies...and tried a couple of other wine sites. But they thought I had a case of it...not just a bottle. Any suggestions where I could go to see if I can sell this bottle of wine?Thanks...Wineybeach Read More

    Forum post in the topic How do you sell a bottle of...


  • I will devote this column to the small appellation of Carmignano. Carmignano is the Tuscan appellation closest to where we are living in Prato. It is small and had to fight for its inclusion in the DOCG scheme of things, a fight that was won in 1975. Before that Carmignano was subsumed under the Chianti Montalbano region. The wines in the Carmig... Read More

    From the article A Boot-full of Wine : Carmignano


  • Hi guys, just discovered this wonderful site, and instantly found my elf in company of passionate wine fans. My question to you guys: I have always been a fan of Californian wine, and mostly cab's and zin's but recently I've been hearing about the wonderful quality of Californian pinot, therefore, i would appreciate your guys opinion on which Ca... Read More

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  • Hi guys, Surfing around I found this great wine site. As a latina, born in Chile, I would say I got carmenere running in my veins, hehe, but I do enjoy wines from all over the world. When I studied in California I remember tasting fabulous wines and living close to the Mediterranean does have advantages. Anyhow, I didn't find many comments about... Read More

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  • I've found myself recently heading for much more acidic reds -- mainly Italian. Probably to do with the fact that my Significant Other has been demanding I make gnocchi about twice a week. There's got to be a bite with that much starch. With whites I've loved Rhône-style things for years, and southern French wines -- Marsanne/Roussane-based thin... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Changes in taste: what's...


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